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    Looks like their "free" recruiters stop refering their "shitty" restaurants:

    McDonald's chief steps down as sales decline - Abasto


    So its not only herbalife and other mlm companies who suffer a sales decline. All other companies who sell "shitty" products will fail too!!! And this is just the beggining of "the end"

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    McDonalds is not a multi level marketing company.

    Any comparison is irrelevant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Realname View Post
    Looks like their "free" recruiters stop refering their "shitty" restaurants:

    McDonald's chief steps down as sales decline - Abasto


    So its not only herbalife and other mlm companies who suffer a sales decline. All other companies who sell "shitty" products will fail too!!! And this is just the beggining of "the end"
    LOL, the likelihood that Mickey D's will fail anytime soon is almost nil...!
    It seems like in this "industry" common sense is not all that common!

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleroundman View Post
    McDonalds is not a multi level marketing company.

    Any comparison is irrelevant.
    Of course is not MLM.

    But they have the same problems: sales decrease and overpriced and low quality products/services which have less demand...

    Being not a mlm company does not means that a sustainable business is guaranteed!!! Being MLM is not always a problem and its a good solution in many cases!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by laidback View Post
    LOL, the likelihood that Mickey D's will fail anytime soon is almost nil...!
    and everyone working there is still getting making money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Realname View Post
    Of course is not MLM.

    But they have the same problems: sales decrease and overpriced and low quality products/services which have less demand...

    Being not a mlm company does not means that a sustainable business is guaranteed!!! Being MLM is not always a problem and its a good solution in many cases!!!
    Posting irrelevant stories about non MLM companies to score points in another MLM related thread won't get you very far, Realname.

    Enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by littleroundman View Post
    Posting irrelevant stories about non MLM companies to score points in another MLM related thread won't get you very far, Realname.

    Enough.
    irrelevant, non-factual stories no less. I have yet to see an overpriced Mc Donalds.

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    I have yet to see an overpriced Mc Donalds.
    I heard the Grand Canyon was formed when an MLMer, 2 pigeons, and a raccoon started scrapping over a discarded pickle chip.

    A minimum wage worker at McDonalds and 99% of MLMers both net about $250, it takes the worker a week, and the MLMer the whole year. So I can see where the dollar menu looky too rich on an MLM paycheck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ribshaw View Post
    A minimum wage worker at McDonalds and 99% of MLMers both net about $250, it takes the worker a week, and the MLMer the whole year. So I can see where the dollar menu looky too rich on an MLM paycheck.
    good point

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whip View Post
    good point
    I have looked a few times, although not real hard, for numbers of McDs franchise owners that started on the line and worked their way up the ranks. Would love to compare this against Amway with solid data in terms of the "opportunity" of hitting the big time. It would make an interesting case study as they are comparable with Amway in terms workers and turnover.

    Despite all the rhetoric we get out of MLM, my sense is starting from 0 "would you like fries with that" is a better question to be asking on a possible road to financial freedom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ribshaw View Post
    I have looked a few times, although not real hard, for numbers of McDs franchise owners that started on the line and worked their way up the ranks. Would love to compare this against Amway with solid data in terms of the "opportunity" of hitting the big time. It would make an interesting case study as they are comparable with Amway in terms workers and turnover.

    Despite all the rhetoric we get out of MLM, my sense is starting from 0 "would you like fries with that" is a better question to be asking on a possible road to financial freedom.
    I really don't think you need to put that much more effort into it as you hit the nail on the head in the previous post. we know 97% avg make next to nothing in mlm while every worker at any fast food joint makes money for all their time invested (which is less time than a mlmer is investing .

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    Quote Originally Posted by ribshaw View Post
    I heard the Grand Canyon was formed when an MLMer, 2 pigeons, and a raccoon started scrapping over a discarded pickle chip.

    A minimum wage worker at McDonalds and 99% of MLMers both net about $250, it takes the worker a week, and the MLMer the whole year. So I can see where the dollar menu looky too rich on an MLM paycheck.

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    99% of all distributors in these companies earned on average less than $13 a week in commission income.

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    I worked for a fast food company few years ago and it was a short term contract and part-time. They paid me a miserable salary like $3 per hour and you don't stop working for about 4 hours without any second to relax. Now in 1 month working with a successfully mlm company I can make at least $2000 and that income still growing because I'm still building my downline. The time you invest in mlm is less if you know what you really need to do. Only a fool who don't know how to work at mlm waste a full day using failed mlm strategies....

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    I worked for a fast food company few years ago and it was a short term contract and part-time. They paid me a miserable salary like $3 per hour
    What else would you expect doing an after school part time job cleaning tables in a burger joint ??
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    so making $6240/yr is somehow worse than making >$1000/year. got it.

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    Realname, I love having you post here but have a difficult time telling if you are serious. Also, have no idea what sort of opportunities exist in Portugal. With that in mind....

    You are playing "money games" for free...

    Digadz

    At the same time, made claims that 1.2% per day profit is possible trading Forex. And that you were both trading Forex and referring people to brokers on a commission basis. Keeping in mind the failure rate in FX trading is almost as high as MLM...

    "The real fact is that most traders don't know how to trade so that's why most think that is impossible and its a scam scheme just because they don't know how to trade wisely.... "

    http://secureinvestment.com. Managed Forex Account?

    Quote Originally Posted by Realname View Post
    Now in 1 month working with a successfully mlm company I can make at least $2000 and that income still growing because I'm still building my downline. The time you invest in mlm is less if you know what you really need to do. Only a fool who don't know how to work at mlm waste a full day using failed mlm strategies....
    Maybe you are and maybe you aren't, the skeptic in me questions why would be playing free money games, or doing MLM if you were making money trading FX. Or any combination thereof.

    So there's that.

    The other side is asking if MLM is a sustainable business model versus available alternatives. You start MLM by selling friends and family, one would say you are RELATIVELY successful. When the Girl Scouts bang on my door I buy their cookies, when the Boy Scouts knock I buy their popcorn. They start banging every day I will start saying NO, just like your friends/family will with MLM. Then its back to the drawing board. 99% failure rate doesn't exist in a vacuum.


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    I worked for a fast food company few years ago and it was a short term contract and part-time. They paid me a miserable salary like $3 per hour and you don't stop working for about 4 hours without any second to relax.
    Working 4 hours without a second to relax may be the most revealing thing you have said to date.
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    Maybe you are and maybe you aren't, the skeptic in me questions why would be playing free money games, or doing MLM if you were making money trading FX. Or any combination thereof.
    I don't have big capital to make a living from forex. 1,2% profits from medium/low investment its not too much so that's why I need to do other money making opportunities...

    Quote Originally Posted by ribshaw View Post
    So there's that.

    The other side is asking if MLM is a sustainable business model versus available alternatives. You start MLM by selling friends and family, one would say you are RELATIVELY successful. When the Girl Scouts bang on my door I buy their cookies, when the Boy Scouts knock I buy their popcorn. They start banging every day I will start saying NO, just like your friends/family will with MLM. Then its back to the drawing board. 99% failure rate doesn't exist in a vacuum.

    Working 4 hours without a second to relax may be the most revealing thing you have said to date.
    MLM its really sustainable with a reasonable number of downline levels and comissions. If you don't sell it to your friends and family someone else willl do it. If there are someone who want to buy a product there must be also someone else to sell it. So its better to be you instead of someone else. In any business you need to be a good seller otherwise you fail... All profits come from sales and the only thing that cause confusion for some people is that mlm has a different product/service to sell. MLM sell licenses to anyone who want to start a "money making opportunity" with their products and other companies are more selective and don't offer it to anyone. Besides it there are no other differences between mlm and non mlm companies and both works inthe same way to make profits!

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    crying about 4 hours with no break. holy shit that's rich.

    clearly you've never work an honest day in your life. and you dare to give people advice? what an ass. stick with your scams.

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    Re: McDonald’s chief steps down as sales decline....

    Quote Originally Posted by Realname View Post
    I worked for a fast food company few years ago and it was a short term contract and part-time. They paid me a miserable salary like $3 per hour and you don't stop working for about 4 hours without any second to relax.
    To say "would you like fries with your order??" is so hard for you that you need time to "relax"??....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Realname View Post
    I don't have big capital to make a living from forex. 1,2% profits from medium/low investment its not too much so that's why I need to do other money making opportunities...
    $100 compounding over the three years you claim to have been trading would have grown to around $70,000 at 20% per month, even less than your 1.2% per day. Now you are proffering "medium/low" meaning risk? My gram just knocked over her spit cup laughing, thanks pal.


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    MLM its really sustainable with a reasonable number of downline levels and comissions.
    Still you haven't earned enough to trade for a living, and have yet to provide any hard data to prove your MLM assertions.


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    MLM sell licenses to anyone who want to start a "money making opportunity" with their products
    Painfully obvious.
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    crying about 4 hours with no break. holy shit that's rich.

    clearly you've never work an honest day in your life. and you dare to give people advice? what an ass. stick with your scams.
    Obviously is not good when you have experience or short term contract and you work 4 hours without stopping to allow your chief to stay calm looking to what others are doing. Only an idiot will stay in that type of work more than few weeks. People accept it temporaly because they cant find anything better. And MLM can give you better salary and less work and also less stress and you'll also get more time for your family and friends!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by ribshaw View Post
    $100 compounding over the three years you claim to have been trading would have grown to around $70,000 at 20% per month, even less than your 1.2% per day. Now you are proffering "medium/low" meaning risk? My gram just knocked over her spit cup laughing, thanks pal.




    Still you haven't earned enough to trade for a living, and have yet to provide any hard data to prove your MLM assertions.




    Painfully obvious.
    I'm not a day trader and most successfully traders aren't because you can't find good trading oportunities very often. Max 2 or 3 times a month so the average profit is about 3-5% a month and you ake 2-3 months holiday per year so the annual profit is about 27-45% !!! So starting with $100 and compounding you'll not get $70,000 very soon... Trading does not give fixed profits neither you find good trading oportunities very often. See it as a part-time investment and not as a job!!!

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    Obviously is not good when you have experience or short term contract and you work 4 hours without stopping to allow your chief to stay calm looking to what others are doing. Only an idiot will stay in that type of work more than few weeks. People accept it temporaly because they cant find anything better. And MLM can give you better salary and less work and also less stress and you'll also get more time for your family and friends!!!
    MLM does not in any way equate to a salaried position, sheesh! And, all fast food workers make at least minimum wage. At least 97-99% of MLMers lose money. Anything is better than MLM!!!!

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    i'm almost convinced this is actually len.

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    Only an idiot will stay in that type of work more than few weeks.
    Actually, only an idiot would insult all of the honest, hardworking folk who choose to do that type of work or find themselves doing it because of circumstances outside of their control.

    But, carry on posting your nonsense, Realname.

    With each post you are allowing readers to come to their own conclusions WRT the type of person behind the "Realname" identity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by littleroundman View Post
    Actually, only an idiot would insult all of the honest, hardworking folk who choose to do that type of work or find themselves doing it because of circumstances outside of their control.

    But, carry on posting your nonsense, Realname.

    With each post you are allowing readers to come to their own conclusions WRT the type of person behind the "Realname" identity.
    and that get involved in the mlm scam to begin with. especially when it's the hard working people of the Mc Donalds of the world that they need to get money from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Realname View Post
    Obviously is not good when you have experience or short term contract and you work 4 hours without stopping to allow your chief to stay calm looking to what others are doing. Only an idiot will stay in that type of work more than few weeks. People accept it temporaly because they cant find anything better. And MLM can give you better salary and less work and also less stress and you'll also get more time for your family and friends!!!
    I spent probably 10 years doing restaurant work starting in my mid teens ending when I graduated college. Only an idiot would quit after a few weeks unless they could trade up. Since almost no one makes money in MLM (less than 1%), even minimum wage is a better alternative. Tax professionals know who profits from MLM What your faux arguments continue to lack is the numbers, the numbers matter in making life decisions.

    Unless you are 70 and still working a jackhammer whining about needing a break after four hours is comical, hard work like sunshine is a great elixir. Obviously, the best course of action is to couple that work ethic with skills that people will pay for. Sadly, many would rather replace a simple formula with MLM and other money games where the odds of success have spoken loud and clear.


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    I'm not a day trader and most successfully traders aren't because you can't find good trading oportunities very often. Max 2 or 3 times a month so the average profit is about 3-5% a month and you ake 2-3 months holiday per year so the annual profit is about 27-45% !!! So starting with $100 and compounding you'll not get $70,000 very soon... Trading does not give fixed profits neither you find good trading oportunities very often. See it as a part-time investment and not as a job!!!
    If you are making 27-45% per year sooner rather than later you will have enough scratch to hire a team of people to come here and bullshit us on your behalf.
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